Wesleyan's environment is the perfect place for high school grads to start their college career. Here, everything you do prepares you for your first job & your last. Find out more information for high school students & parents on the admissions process.
We know getting to campus for classes can be a big challenge. Whether you are interested in starting your college career, completing a college program you’ve put on hold, or earning a second degree, we’ve designed our online program to meet your needs.
The Office of International Student Services is available to help with all international students’ needs, from maintaining legal status to transitioning to college life in America.
Wesleyan College is proud to offer resources and support to working women with goals to advance in their current career, begin a new one, or continue their education. Other programs include, non-degree, second degree, transient, and readmit.
Wesleyan's accredited BSN program offers cohorts in the Fall and Spring. High school seniors are eligible for the Guaranteed Acceptance Program as first-years entering Wesleyan. View requirements and enrollment process for the Nursing Program.
If you are currently a junior or senior in high school looking to begin earning college credits, the Dual Enrollment program is a great solution. The program is offered during fall, spring, and summer semesters for females and males.
The best way to decide if a college is right for you is to visit the campus, explore the residence halls, academic buildings, and our beautiful 200-acre lakeside grounds. We invite you to schedule a visit to campus virtually or in person to get a feel for the place that so many young women love to call their home away from home. Find out what Wesleyan has to offer, speak with an admissions counselor via webcam, a financial aid staff member over the phone, or transfer, online and nursing students can ask an enrollment coordinator questions via webcam. In the meantime, check-out our virtual videos of campus!
We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Of our students have a professional development experience.
Number of years Wesleyan has been educating exceptional women.
Of our students actively engage in community service.
In Wesleyan's undergraduate programs you can choose between three different degree programs: bachelor of arts, bachelor of fine arts, or bachelor of science in Nursing. The college also has three graduate programs to choose from: Executive Master of Business Administraion (EMBA), Early Childhood Education (M.Ed), and Industrial-Organizational Psychology (M.A).
Find out more about our Pre-Professional programs here.
Find out more about our Undergraduate Online Degrees here.
93% of employers say "a demonstrated capacity to think critically, communicate clearly, and solve complex problems is more important than [a candidate's] undergraduate major."
In today's labor market, career paths are changing rapidly and graduates must draw from a variety of skill sets to adapt to challenges and capitalize on opportunities. A liberal arts education means studying broadly --- taking classes in many different subjects --- and building skills that are geared toward more than just one profession. This type of education can develop intellectual ability and prepare you for many fields in today's workplace.
Survey conducted by The Association of American Colleges and Universities.
View our majors and minors here.
Of student population is international
Of students receive some form of financial aid - grants, loans, scholarships
Of student population is women of color
The majority of women's college undergraduates earn their degrees in four years.
Graduates of women's colleges are almost twice as likely to earn a graduate degree as any other group.
Graduates of women's colleges are almost twice as likely as all other graduates to say they felt better prepared for life after college.
Women's colleges receive higher ratings for helping students develop self-confidence, make effective decisions, solve problems, and think analytically and creatively.
Alumnae of women's colleges are more likely to be completely satisfied with the quality of their education and feel that it was a good investment.
Graduates of women's colleges make up more than 20% of women in Congress.
Students at women's colleges are almost three times more likely to be involved in varsity athletics than at co-ed public universities.
Graduates of women's colleges represent 30% of a Businessweek list of rising women in corporate America.
Graduates of women's colleges believe their network of alumnae plays a great role for being accepted to graduate school and finding a first job.
Women's colleges receive higher ratings than all other colleges for helping students learn to write and speak effectively.
"Toward the end of my junior year, my parents planned a college road trip and we visited eight prestigious colleges. In the span of five days we traveled over 3,000 miles. Most of the visits were to colleges that I had identified as great schools. To my surprise Wesleyan was the college I fell in love with and now call home. Wesleyan College has changed my life by paving a great future for me."
-Jessica Henslee '19, Biology/Pre-Med Major
Wesleyan College is privileged to steward many arts and cultural events and share them with the community. Most are free and open to the public. Wesleyan art galleries are open M-F 1:30 – 5:00 PM and on Wesleyan Market Saturdays from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.View More
Tour our beautiful 200-acre campus featuring Georgian architecture, lush green spaces, recreational facilities, residence halls, and worship center.Tour Now
Wesleyan College is home to five NCAA Division III sports: soccer, basketball, volleyball, tennis, and softball. In addition, we offer an award-winning Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) Equestrian program.Learn More